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TomTom Navigator Wireless GPS

alaTest has collected and analyzed 516 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the performance and voice guidance are overall positive. The value for money and screen are also mentioned favorably, but there are some negative opinions about the memory and reliability.

usability, screen, price, voice guidance, performance

reliability, memory

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the TomTom Navigator Wireless GPS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 516 reviews)

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TomTom Go 2535 M Live


The TomTom Go series models have the standard touch-screen-and-suction-cup design. The TomTom Go 2535 M Live features a 5-inch glass capacitive touch screen that is quite glossy, which could mean too much glare in certain situations, but the screen is...

TomTom's Live Services provide top-notch HD Traffic reporting and other useful services in a safe manner. The glass capacitive touch screen of the TomTom Go 2535 M Live is extremely responsive and does a good job of showing off the updated interface's...

While TomTom's updated interface is much easier to use than the old version, it can still be a bit confusing at first.

With its connected services and HD Traffic, the TomTom Go 2535 M Live performs well as a GPS navigator, whether you like to plan ahead or set destinations with voice command while you're on the road.

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TomTom GO 2405 TM


The TomTom Go's glass capacitive touch screen is super-responsive and does a good job of showing off the updated interface's crisp graphics. TomTom's menu structure receives a major overhaul and is now much easier to use. Bluetooth hands-free calling,...

The voice command system doesn't feature onscreen prompts or much spoken guidance, leaving users to check the manual to learn what commands are available. While much easier to use, TomTom's interface can still be a bit confusing and overwhelming as new...

The new Go 2405 TM and 2505 TM are among the best GPS devices that TomTom has ever made, packing loads of useful features into a handsome chassis for a pretty good price.

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TomTom GO 510


Review: Quick Take: Make no mistake, the TomTom GO 510 is not to be overshadowed by its full-featured brother, the TomTom GO 910. The plug-and-play TomTom GO 510's merits include a new design with a larger 4-inch touch screen; an automatic light...


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TomTom Go


The iPod of the navigation world.

Very easy to use Great interface• Wonderful touchscreen• Clear and accurate guidance

Odd and unwieldy shape A little pricey

Editor's Choice!

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TomTom GO


Turn-by-turn: yes, 3D View: yes, Hard Drive: no, Additional Memory Type: SD/MMC, Preloaded maps: yes, Waterproof: n...

Great interface with a compact, portable design, well-rounded hardware, and superior voice quality

Touch screen technology is not very bright in sunlight ; need to download maps to MMC/SD card

We are really impressed with how intuitive it is to choose a route and navigate the GO's interface; superior to any other product we've seen.

Editor's Choice!

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TomTom GO


Review: TomTom, makers of navigation software for PDA-based GPS devices, has made the move into the vehicle GPS arena with its $899 TomTom GO all-in-one navigator. It's a good move. In fact, we're hard-pressed to find anything we don't like about this...

Strong receiver; bright color touch-screen display; extremely accurate; clear verbal turn-by-turn directions; lightweight; 256MB SD (Secure Digital) card and U.S. maps included

Vehicle mounting base is difficult to remove without causing damage to your car

The TomTom GO in-car navigator is one of the coolest portable vehicle GPS systems we've seen to date.

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TomTom GO 2405 TM


Bright, glass capacitive touch screen. Attractive, detailed map graphics. Magnetized mount. Clearest voice prompts we've heard to date. Lifetime traffic reports are free and don't display ads. Very fast route recalculations

A little buggy. Doesn't turn off with the car ignition. Screen resolution is the same as older TomTom devices. Not the thinnest GPS around

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TomTom GO 2535TM World Traveler Edition


The TomTom GO 2535TM World Traveler Edition is a popular trans-Atlantic navigator, with preloaded maps of the US, Canada, Mexico and much of Western and Central Europe. The 2535TM WTE offers a 5” screen, Bluetooth for hands-free calling and voice...

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TomTom GO 2535M LIVE review


The TomTom GO 2535M LIVE is the current top of the line navigator from TomTom. Start with a 5” capacitive touchscreen, add LIVE connected services such as weather, gas prices, HD Traffic and Google Local Search. Then tack on Bluetooth, what could be...

Connected LIVE services can be very helpful; first year of service included ; Best voice command accuracy in the industry ; Lifetime map updates ; Excellent mount ; Bluetooth sound quality is very good

Firmware seems a bit buggy, with some lockups and reboots ; LIVE services cost $59.95 to renew after the first year ; No multi-destination routing; only one via point allowed ; MyTomTom desktop app remains weak ; Limited speed limit coverage

The GO 2535M LIVE is a very nice unit, and the LIVE features are well implemented and integrated. The biggest downside is that the unit is occasionally glitchy. Hopefully this will be resolved in a future firmware update. Otherwise, there is very...

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TomTom GO 510 GPS Car Navigation Unit Review


TomTom has enviable brand name recognition for GPS navigation devices and being the premium model in its automotive navigation range, much is expected of the GO 510

Product Specifications

Now you can get ultimate mobility with the wireless edition of TomTom Navigator 2. This little marvel is lightweight, compact and sturdy, and doesn't have trailing wires or cables. It's ideal for carrying around in your pocket or mounting discreetly in your vehicle using the magnetic cradle provided. On the road or walking around the city streets, it's a powerful navigation solution. TomTom Navigator 2 doesn't need wires because it uses the latest Bluetooth technology. This is a wireless technology that does the work of connecting cables, in this case between the GPS receiver and the Pocket PC. It works with Bluetooth-enabled Pocket PCs: Compaq iPaq 3870, 3970 and 5450, Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket LOOX, Toshiba e740 BT and e750 BT, and all Bluetooth enabled Pocket PCs. And with all this, TomTom Navigator 2 is still only a fraction of the cost of a built-in car navigation system. It's definitely the smart choice in personal navigation!

GPS Compatibility

Compatible Devices (for S.D.):For Pocket PC

GPS System

Product Type:GPS kit
Receiver:12 channel


Model:Wireless GPS
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:TomTom Navigator